Irish Freedom Party candidate in the upcoming Wexford by-election is Melissa O’ Neil
The by-election is due to be held in the Dáil Éireann Wexford constituency in Ireland in November 2019, to fill the vacancy left by the election of Independents 4 Change TD Mick Wallace to the European Parliament.
It will be held on the same day as three other by-elections in Cork North-Central, Dublin Fingal and Dublin Mid-West. The Electoral (Amendment) Act 2011 stipulates that a by-election in Ireland must be held within six months of a vacancy occurring.
Candidates already declared are:
Fine Gael Verona Murphy
Fianna Fáil Malcolm Byrne
Irish Freedom Melissa O’Neill Continue reading…
In yet another terrible example of the state instrument for enforcing mainstream policy indoctrination, (TUSLA), taking legal action (despite their constitutional rights), to enforce the State’s globalist doctrine upon families, Lumen Fidei reported about a successful defense by a family against the much maligned TUSLA agency. Continue reading…
The Department of Justice & Equality recently published a progress report on the “Migrant Integration Strategy 2017-2020”. I go through that document looking at policy objectives, how much money they’re spending and where it’s going. This paper demonstrates the existence of an “immigration industry” beyond any doubt.
There was no “far right” penetration of the Oughterard protest! Ireland has a self inflicted “migrant crisis” yet are not prepared to admit it!
Only last Saturday the far right leader Justin Barrett was snowflaked in Eyre Square, Galway, as he tried to penetrate into the West, he has no presence whatsoever in Oughterard, and he was forced to turn back. Continue reading…
Fr Maurice and Fr Marius, from St Mary’s Church in Cork, bring us their Sunday Reflection. This week they talk about the Church as a community of believers and the need to support each other in life, faith, and in developing virtue.
Gemma O’Doherty, the leader of Anti-Corruption Ireland was speaking in relation to the news that an alleged stabbing had taken place outside the RDS following a brawl between rival African gangs inside the premises where a college fair for school students was taking place. O’Doherty explained that as her priority, duty and loyalty were to “our beautiful island”, Ireland’s problems were taking precedence over any other country’s problems in the world and that there was absolutely nothing Ireland could do to fix the problems in Africa which she said were mostly caused by the globalist elite although the people of Africa would also have to take some responsibility.
MEP Clare Daly seems to have accepted BRexit and used a BRexit debate to rather target neo-liberalism, the European Union and UK Establishment.
Clare Daly (Ind) said that BRexit was not about the “Crazy Brits” but about the failure of neoliberal politics in the EU and highlighted the Lisbon and Nice agreements. She also blamed soaring rents, declining wages, privatisation and undermining of public services.
She said that the only way forward was to “abandon the road the EU is on, and abandon neoliberalism”.
Ironically too though, she supports mass immigration which further promotes lower wages, higher rents etc. etc.. Continue reading…